Don't aim for success if you want it; just do what you love and believe in, and it will come naturally. ~David Frost

You are the little packet that holds the seeds to succeed! Finding those seeds in your self is the key to your success. Your seeds of desire, ambition, self-esteem, and positivism create beauty, growth, and enthusiasm on your path to success.

Do you have all the seeds you need? Yes, you do! We are all created equal in the eyes of our Creator. One wasn't given more of what it takes than the other.

One thing we were all given however is free will to plant these seeds as we wish. It's up to each person to be creative. Your creativity and passion compliment all you do in life. Your inner strength puts emphasis on each step you take to climb the ladder to success.

Do what you love, love what you do, and believe in your dream. Take your dream of success into the waking world with you; don't leave it behind on your pillow. Live your dream; prepare the soil you walk on daily for new growth!

Instead of worrying about the growth on your path to success concentrate on the seeds and cultivating each one. Stop comparing your failures to your success. They are both a necessity. Knowing one without the other is impossible. Failure is nothing but a misguided seed. Think of failure as a nutrient needed to nurture you naturally, aiding in a healthy and successful growth process.

Your achievements in life solely depend on you. It's not so much about who you are that assures your accomplishments in life but what and how you plant the seeds to succeed.

Depend on the rabbit's foot if you will, but remember it didn't work for the rabbit. ~ R.E. Shay

Luck has little to do with success, get out and start sowing the seeds!

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Vanessa Ebner is a Reiki Master Teacher, writer, and Spiritual
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